Galganov's Free Recipe For Making Easy, Chocolate-Pineapple Sundae

To make this Chocolate-Pineapple Sundae recipe you will need:
  • a sundae cup or plate
  • ice cream scoop or soup spoon
  • a knife to chop the nuts


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The ingredients (per serving) required to create your Chocolate-Pineapple Sundae are:
  • 2 scoops of your favorite ice cream (we like vanilla as it best compliments the other ingredients in this dessert dish)
  • 1 serving of our Fast and Easy Chocolate Sauce
  • 2 Tbsp chopped almonds


 

Method:

  1. Chop the almonds and set aside.
  2. Prepare your Chocolate Sauce.
  3. Scoop ice cream into the dish - or stack cut cubes of ice cream.
  4. Drop, in a random manner, diced pineapple over and around the ice cream.
  5. Pour chocolate sauce over the ice cream and pineapple.
  6. Scatter chopped almonds over the surface (reserving just a little bit to sprinkle over the top if you are adding whipped cream).
  7. Optional: Add whipped cream and top with a maraschino cherry or a fresh, sweet, pitted cherry.

Chocolate-Pineapple Sunday with Chopped Almonds

Chocolate-Pineapple Sundae tips 'n ideas:
  • Double up - this dessert is just, plain fun to share! Put it on a plate instead of in a cup and serve it up with TWO spoons.
  • Dress it up with a bit of whipped cream and a cherry (stem on) for a more festive presentation.

A nut chopping tip:

  • Use a serated slicing knife to chop your nuts. This will reduce scatter of nut pieces and crumbs.

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The Chocolate-Pineapple Sundae

Like most other sundaes, this one is just, plain easy to make ... and so much fun to eat!

We like it best when pineapple is in season.  We lake to take a bit of pineapple, dice it up and serve it with our super easy, super fast Chocolate Sauce.

As with all our sundaes, this chocolate-pineapple sundae uses a generous serving of chocolate - starting with a suggested 1/2 oz (14 grams) of chocolate per serving.  As always, you can adjust all elements to suite your own taste and appetite ... and those of your soon-to-be impressed dinner guests.

We like chopped almonds, best, for this beautiful, easy desert but you can swap the almond for any prefered tree nut or seed.  That's easy enough!  Use walnuts or pecans if you prefer ... or crushed cashews are pretty, darned awesome!  Of course, many will choose the humble peanut and peanuts are a delight as well.

We use a block of ice cream so we will often cut shapes - little blocks of ice cream and stack them in interesting ways.  Scoops are just fine too!

Pick your favourite ice cream and dress it up for the perfect, instant chocolate-pineapple sundae - an ice cream bar favorite!

 



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